What’s on this weekend?
If you're not a born athlete, join the crowds lining the world-famous 26.2-mile route. We recommend Tower Bridge, Embankment and the teary finish on The Mall.
The Tate Modern's late-night shindig returns, this time celebrating wacky sculptor Franz West. As well as heaps of modern art, you can discover pro-LGBT+ performances, textile-making classes, pin-badge workshops and more.
Obsessed with ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Join two days of lectures, workshops and displays on family lineage. Then find out if you're the heir to an eccentric Prussian count's fortune.
This worldwide celebration will bring thousands of revellers to Trafalgar Square. Expect talks, traditional food, turban-tying and a jam-packed programme of live performances and kirtan (spiritual music).
For once, we recommend not skipping the gym this weekend: this two-day fitness festival features R&B yoga from Gymbox, A Ministry of Sound '80s fitness class, over-65s cheerleading and healthy treats for anyone flagging.
Traders flog all manner of wares, including vintage clothing and craft beer, from some very handsome pre-1989 vehicles
A Sichuan restaurant in King's Cross. Go for the bold flavours and portions that'll make you wish you'd brought ten friends.
The classical musical gets an Andy Warhol makeover in Josie Rourke's Donmar swansong. Anne-Marie Duff is glorious in the title role.
There'll be 60 independent traders at the SoLo Craft Fair in Dulwich Village, so head down to pick up some jewellery, ceramics and candles. If that isn't enough there'll be free sweets.
Hot damn! Chilli brewers and heat lovers unite to judge London's best homemade hot sauces, with a second judging category for spicy jams, pickles, chutneys and preserves.
Psychoanalytical art from a part of brilliant surrealists. It's fascinating, often beautiful and it might teach you something about yourself.
A teenage girl grappling with social media, school and growing up. This warm coming-of-age movie from YouTube star-turned-director Bo Burnham.
Chekhov's classic directed by rising star Rebecca Frecknall. Patsy Ferran, Pearl Chanda and Ria Zmitrowicz are stunning siblings.
An enormous immersive ‘GoT’ dance party, featuring blizzard machines, impromptu sword battles and Hodor himself on the DJ decks. Hodor!
Yup: it's an entire festival about fertility. The headline show is ‘Avalanche: A Love Story’ (Saturday April 27-May 12) in which Maxine Peake stars in an adaptation of Julia Leigh's IVF memoir.
Perfectly lit photographs of America by a true master of the form. It doesn't matter if he's shooting a car or a person, Eggles always creates beauty and unease.
This planet-friendy festival brings together loads of ethical brands. There's a free plant-based brunch from Rude Health and beer from Toast Ale, brewed using leftover bread.
Unleash your inner Rankin at this photo workshop. Explore the area's backstreets with your lens before discussing your work.
Please mind the gap and take a deep dive into London Transport's Museum's fascinating working store containing over 320,000 vintage items. There's also a whole trainload of activities including craft workshops, rides on the open-air miniature railway and life-size heritage vehicles.
You're going to want a pizza this before it goes off the menu. Culinary badboy Matty Matheson and Yard Sale Pizza collaboration have teamed up together to bring you a bagel-inspired 'Brick Lane Bad Boy' pizza topped with pastrami, gherkins, pickled cabbage and hot mustard.
A cool non-profit vegan diner in Hoxton. Their guilt-free plant-based burgers and hot dogs are so good you won't even miss the meat.
Grimy sculptural paintings by one of our great cultural polymaths. Their delicate, rough beauty is totally entrancing.
Another bar in the Mr Fogg's family, inspired by adventures around the world. A mechanical negroni - yours at the push of a button.
A taut moral thriller about a woman on a dream trip that takes a horrifying turn. It's a masterful, nail-biting watch.
Dulwich Picture Gallery goes green with this independent plant trader takeover, plus drinks and street food.
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